Articles in the From the Archives Category
April 2014, From the Archives »
Actual education can begin only after the child has acquired the necessary basics. Reading and writing are preceded by recognising, understanding and connecting. Here are a few pre-reading and pre-learning activities to help prepare the child for her/his education.
From the Archives, March 2014 »
Everyone agrees that especially with young children, learning by doing is the best way to go about teaching. We have pulled out from our archives an article that introduces you to how you can get children to create their own garden and learn a lot while doing it.
February 2014, From the Archives »
V Udaya Bhanu
Here is a simple yet mult-idimensional activity for the primary classes. This exercise helps concretise concepts in math and language.
From the Archives, January 2014 »
If you are a hindi teacher, try this novel idea to familiarize your primary class students with the vowels.
From the Archives, November 2013 »
Sometimes learning becomes a lot more easy when you look at a concept as a whole and realize the relationship of the parts with the whole. Learn how concept mapping can will help you in the classroom.
From the Archives, October 2013 »
Read up about this simple idea to bring your geography classes alive. The models that are described in the article can be easily made with readily available materials and resources.
From the Archives, September 2013 »
It’s Teacher’s Day, so we bring you an article about teachers from our archives.
August 2013, From the Archives »
Digging into our archives, we found this simple article that says a lot about how poetry can be enjoyed both by the teacher and the student.
From the Archives, July 2013 »
S Theodore Bhaskaran
Teacher Plus is in its 25th year and to celebrate this occasion we are taking a trip down memory lane with articles from our archives. This is our first classroom update from our inaugural issue and it talks about how teachers can make an EVS class come alive. Read on and you will see how relevant these ideas still are despite the fact that they are 25 years old!